This property is a historical 300,000 SF commercial complex composed of four connected buildings that have been redeveloped into multi-purpose spaces. It is one of the largest office complexes and the tallest building in lower Bucks County. Grundy Commons was originally constructed by Senator Joseph Grundy as a woolen mill from 1880 to 1912. The restored original structure is crowned with a 186-foot-high clock tower, which is the iconic landmark of lower Bucks County. This is now a multi-tenant commercial hub. Current tenants include a major engineering company, an environmental group, a dance studio, a whiskey distiller, a boxing gym, and many more. The possibilities are endless! The property is meticulously maintained and managed by an on-site owner and staff.